Losing our humanity

You wake up in the morning. You make some coffee, read articles online, check out your Facebook feed. You get ready for work, get on the bus, you read the news. At work, you make small talk while making coffee, then sit by your laptop and work. You take a break, check out some websites,…

The meaning of things that we like.

When I started writing, I did it because there were things I wanted to say. I did it because it was fun. I wrote about things that I cared about and to my surprise, there were people who liked it. I got excited and created a blog. I thought it would be my very own…

The blame game

“My parents didn’t let me study what I wanted to”, “I didn’t have enough support to pursue my goals in life”. “My parents never understood me/ weren’t there for me”, “I was bullied at school”, “We never ate healthy at home”. The list of excuses we like to use to justify what’s holding us back…

Why so serious?

Remember that episode from Friends, where Rachel decides to go for a run with Phoebe and gets embarrassed over the fact that Phoebe runs like a child? If not, you’re probably too young and this entry might not be relevant to you yet. You can however keep reading and take some notes for the future….

A story about small talk.

You know how some people, when in a socially awkward situation, like by the coffee machine at work, or in a party where they know no one, opt to start a conversation about the safest subject they can think of? Even if they deep down think it’s boring? “The weather wasn’t so good today, I…